The way to find the strait and narrow of happiness (See The Anna Karenina Principle) is to watch the feedback … and self-correct.
Yesterday I added integrity to the starting point measurements. so far all people I measured ranked on 3 out of 100. Wow.
I had an exchange of text messages with a guy, whose vibration was low, and that is all he asked for. His vibration.
He is a Polish person, part of the Starseed Global Alliance to save the earth or something. To me it sounds like a computer game… to him: it is reality. Continue reading “Love feedback or else… Make it a feedback loop…”
It’s Sunday. I hung up my Sunday Rants call 90 minutes ago. I spent these 90 minutes watching marketing sales videos… as I would like to get better at marketing.
And it suddenly hit me… It hit me why no course, no program, no video course, audio course or group coaching can get much result, my program or others’.
I remember a few years ago when famed marketers, like Frank Kern, approached Tony Robbins to get some coaching on how to make people actually achieve the results they promised them in their sales letters. The meager results were bothering them. No matter how good, how detailed the course was, how much handholding they gave, only a fragment of the participants produced results. Continue reading “Why only 1~2% of participants produce results in a course? Any course… And why you are not among them?”
Humanity can be divided to two groups. The dividing line is the vibration of 200… the level of responsibility and integrity.
Responsibility is a view of life where it is up to you. What? Everything. And when it is up to you, then you are never a victim, although things may happen to you, thing may be done to you, and yet you are not a victim. Because you have something to say in the matter… and you don’t say that you are a victim.
Responsibility is a dividing line, and I fully expect that 99 out of 100 of my readers, including my regular readers, my clients, my students, think responsibility is either a duty (you have to, need to, or should) or blame (you had to, you needed to, you should have… and you didn’t!) Continue reading “What is the difference between people who actually raise their vibration and people who don’t?”
If you want to grow as a person, or grow anything worth growing, you need energy. Lots of it. Continuously.
Physical law says that systems, unless they are very highly organized closed systems, like the brain, will fall apart with time (entropy)… Your life is NOT highly organized, because it is not a closed system. So in order for it to stay organized and effective, it needs a ton of energy to be injected, continually.
Left alone, your life starts falling apart. This is what happens during holidays and vacations.
Injecting energy into your life is going to be a crucial distinction you need to learn.
Continue reading “How much energy do you need to create the good life and maintain it?”
Success literature, books, articles, movies about success… are they worth following?
Success leaves traces… as in footprints in the sand
If you look at what people did, how they did it, the tracks converge and become the “strait and narrow’, exactly the way Leo Tolstoy says it in the Anna Karenina Principle.
So there is no wonder that I am finding articles nowadays that I could have written myself, if I were a success writer.
There are three types of success writers and success coaches.
Continue reading “Success leaves traces… as in footprints in the sand”
You have freedom to create any context you wish. There are only two kinds of contexts:
1. Empowering Context
2. Disempowering Context
Empowering means, simply, that it gives you power to go in the direction you meant to go. It is like the wind behind your back.
Disempowering, as in anything negative, what takes you off your path, hinders you, takes your power away, makes you doubt, etc.
The Anna Karenina principle applies here:
Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.
Continue reading “Context is decisive… or why your dreams only exist in words… not in reality”
Humans are meaning making machines… and unconscious of the fact that all meaning comes from them.
We want to know what something means, so we can be prepared for the danger or the good fortune that the meaning carries inside it.
But, alas, life is empty and meaningless… intrinsically.
And yet. Meaningful is something we crave… We crave the certainty, we crave the guidance meaningful would give us. Continue reading “How to live a meaningful life, find and live your life’s work, and my podcast”
Did you know that if you say: I need healing, what you are saying is that you are sick?
This includes inner healing, faith healing, etc…
And when you start from something wrong… like “I am sick”, you are on your way to create a context that is misery every step of the way.
If I needed to define what negativity is, it’s that “what is is wrong, and it needs to be fixed.”
Yesterday I was leading my Theta State training webinar, and I felt horrible. Partially, because I wasn’t feeling well myself. Partially because my students didn’t feel well. And yet partially because one of my students wrote to me, and I needed to feel their feelings stronger than they felt them… because I am an empath.
Continue reading “Healing… is that a negative word? Is that a sign of negativity?”
If you want the good life, you’ll need to learn some stuff, and unlearn some stuff… but most importantly you’ll have to learn how to and how not to… Remember the how? How you do anything is how you do everything… it is the approach, the attitude, the beingness.
There are a great many ways you can remain unaccomplished, and left behind in life.
Almost as many ways as many people. This is the Anna Karenina Principle.
As with everything, the strait and narrow works.
Most people don’t know that what keeps them off the strait and narrow is ideas they invented, made up, and now consider the truth.
One such idea is that unless you can jump tall buildings in one leap, you should just think about it, grieve about it, and do nothing.
Continue reading “If you want the good life, you’ll need to “do” life differently”
If you go about it the same way you have always gone, you’ll get the same results: not much.
I just got an insight I want to share.
There are all kinds of valid sayings that, as it turns out, only tell half truths.
If you do what you have always done… you’ll get what you have always gotten. Meaning: do something different.
But when you do something different, you get the same dismal result.
So what they are missing is the how.
The how, interestingly, points to your beingness. To your approach, not only to the task, but to life.
Because, please don’t forget, how you do anything is how you do everything.
The how is your approach.
Continue reading “As long as you are interested in the “what” and not the “how” you remain the same”